Going Dutch: Lessons on Mobility
6:00 p.m. | Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Photo by flickr user Dietmut Teijgeman-Hansen
The Ranstad, a region comprised of the four largest cities in the Netherlands, is similar to the Bay Area in terms of its size, population and commuter activity. However, while our region struggles to keep its aging transportation system in motion, the Ranstad delivers a world-renowned integrated mobility network. Discover how the regions compare and what lessons the Bay Area can learn from the Dutch approach to sustainable regional transportation.
+ Bas Govers / Goudappel Coffeng
+ Lucas van der Linde / Goudappel Coffeng
+ Nicole Soultanov / SPUR
+ Sarah Jones / San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency